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making linkwheels do you have to add each site to google?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by theviralguy, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. theviralguy

    theviralguy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I just started making linkwheels and I have a couple questions

    do you guys add each link on the wheel to google?
    and do you ping each link as well?

    Or is this not needed? Thanks.
     
  2. popcorn9257

    popcorn9257 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i have the same question
     
  3. divinci

    divinci Junior Member

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    how are you thinking of adding it to google?
     
  4. Kingfresh

    Kingfresh Regular Member

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    Yeah you have to submit each page to major searchengine, otherwise there is no sense in making linkwheelpages ...

    Lets imagine, you have like 100 sites in your link wheel but no one is submitted to google = google dont know them = google dont index = no sense ;)

    so submit each site (and perfom pings ) for best result!
     
  5. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    Submit each page to a couple of bookmarking websites, such as Digg.com - Do some 'fast' backlinking tatics as well for basic backlinks, that'll help you get indexed and of course ping everything to as many ping websites you know about! As far as I know, if you use wordpress, then they ping automatically and most web 2.0 properties will at some point submit your website to them, as it improves their results, my advice would to be build basic/quick backlinks to help. :)
     
  6. jasonb26

    jasonb26 Newbie

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    I don't bother with submitting my link wheels to google, just build links from various places to your link wheels and google will spider and index them, the more links you build the quicker your link wheels will get indexed, at least this is what i have found.
     
  7. lotus

    lotus Junior Member

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    The point of building linkwheels is that you build them on sites that are indexed fast in google. The reason they are indexed fast is that google likes them. Sites like zimbio, hubpages, squidoo etc

    There is NEVER any need to submit the sites to google in my opinion. You can bookmark them, ping them, add to rss feeds (although this is usually pointless because they are already listed).

    I've heard that submitting sites to G slows indexing, I've never submitted any site, linkwheel or not. I've added my sites to webmaster tools, but I don't think this helps either.
     
  8. lostgringos

    lostgringos Senior Member

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    From what I have read you should NOT submit any of your Web2.0 properties and even your website to Google! It should indexed organically. The best way is having links from high PR Web 2.0 properties! Just create good content on a high PR blog site like Blogger and link it to your website and to another property within the linkwheel (ie. another spoke). Create an RSS feed and ping that along with your url. Do some bookmarking too. Do that for every spoke within your wheel. Go back a few days later and add more content. Or have your "friends" comment in your Web2.0 properties and other related blogs with a good PR. Don't add all kinds of links from directories with all kinds of anchor text etc. Slow and easy does it. Use proxies and wipe your footprints clean. Rinse and wash. Make another linkwheel concentrating on just on keyword again. Remember a quality built linkwheel will last a lifetime!
     
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